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Pasha 183 R.I.P.

Street Art // Wednesday, 03 Apr 2013
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The 29-year old Russian street artist, Pasha 183, passed away Monday in Moscow. Widely known by many residents of Russia, his work was large in scale and often-contained strong political undertones. However, he once described himself as an “Anarchist,” not a political artist and held a strong distaste for advertising. In an interview posted on adme.ruhe said, “I wanted that work to carry the most important message ... that a person mustn’t sell himself.” “I made a chocolate bar that can’t be bought, using a giant panel of concrete.”